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Kevin Hart goes 1-on-1 against Kyle Lowry

Kevin Hart is one of the most likable personalities on the planet. The actor, producer and standup comedian is the four-time MVP of the NBA’s celebrity game during All-Star weekend. He's also really short, 5-foot-4 to be exact. But that never stopped him in pursuing his dream of playing basketball.

Kyle Lowry on the other hand as most of you know, is the All-Star, starting point guard for the Toronto Raptors. The video below is from 2012 during an offseason scrimmage session at Impact Basketball in Los Angeles, California. It resurfaced a few years later and started trending because the5-foot-4 Hart actually stuffed Lowry's shot attempt and started yelling “Get that s–t outta here!” to the assembled crowd.

It should be noted that in the longer version of the video, Lowry absolutely dominated Hart — after-all, he's an NBA player. But that didn't stop Hart from enjoying his five minutes of fame.

In case you didn't know, Kevin Hart played basketball during his Senior Year at George Washington High School in Philadelphia, PA. but ultimately decided to pursue his acting career. Good choice Kevin.

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